Research, Write, Publish
A catalog of records for all type of material cataloged by libraries throughout the world. Includes records for manuscripts written as early as the 12th century as well as records for books, journals, software, etc. created last week. This database is updated daily.
Interlibrary Loan service is available directly from WorldCat for UA students, faculty and staff.
The RLG Union Catalog is no longer available. Please use WorldCat instead.
WorldCat Local is a localized version of the WorldCat database that includes local information taken from the UA library catalog for UA-owned library materials, as well as information on the holdings of thousands of other libraries worldwide. UA faculty, staff and students can place holds or request Interlibrary Loans directly through this system.
Also currently included are over 60 million article listings from ArticleFirst and British Library Serials (multidisciplinary), ERIC (education), GPO (US government pubications) and Medline/PubMed (health sciences). Links are provided out to full text content if the UA Libraries subscribe to it.
The reviews section for each item will not work if you are off-campus.
QH77.N56 B43 2001 Main Library - Info Commons Ref
GE170 .I55 2002 Science Library
Q 121 .M3 2002 Science Ref / Main Library - Info Commons Ref
HANDBOOKS & ATLASES
DISSERTATIONS & THESES
Index of all doctoral dissertations and some master's theses from most North American and many European
colleges and universities. Dissertations published from 1980 forward include 350- word abstracts written by the
author. Master's theses published from 1988 forward include 150-word abstracts.
Includes full text of dissertations from 1996 to present. NOTE: Some full text is not available due to restrictions placed by the author, patents pending or problems regarding use of copyrighted material without permission.
SEARCH TIP FOR UA DISSERTATIONS:
Type "university of arizona" (with quotes) in the School name search box.
Or use the Current Research @ University of Arizona subset of this database.
University of Arizona Electronic Theses and Dissertatio
The Electronic Theses and Dissertations database is the intellectual output of graduate students at the University of Arizona. The database allows for searching and browsing on all the topics. Coverage include theses and dissertations (2005 - ) approved by the Graduate college and masters' reports (2003 -) approved by College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture in the Department of Geography and Regional Development at the University of Arizona.
WRITING HELP TOOLS
With RefWorks you can:
- create your own personal database
- import references from your institution's databases
- automatically format your papers and bibliographies in seconds
To use RefWorks:
- Sign Up for an Individual Account
- Enter the appropriate information (a user creates their own personal login and password)
- Click on Register to open the program
- You are now ready to use the RefWorks program
A copy of your login name and password will be emailed to the address you entered in your user information.
Announcing the launch of RefWorks 2.0 beta release
RefWorks 2.0 is offered in a new user interface that takes advantage of the latest web technologies and contemporary design elements. Users can still use RefWorks Classic, however, a firm release will take place in the fall semester 2010! So don't delay.
To learn about the new interface, view this prerecorded webinar (58 min.; requires running WebEx to view)
For more detailed assistance, please see our RefWorks Guide.
Examples of citations for MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles, as well as links to subject specific citation styles.
The English Department, University of Arizona
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